This is a rather unusual machine, and the commands to use it are non-intuitive. Press the LEFT CONTROL key AND the ENTER key at the same time to load the Spacewar! tape. The machine will blink many lights and the game will come up on the "screen" portion of the emulator in the upper left corner. There are two ships, the "wedge" and the needle. Two players are required to play. To control the "Wedge" ship, use the A and S keys to turn, the D key to thrust, and the F... Topics: Spacewar, PDP, Video Games
DigiBarn Video segments of demos of the restored PDP-1 computer at the computer history museum playing the spacewar game, the snowflake graphics program and the polyphonic sound composition system. Topics: Computer History, PDP-1, SpaceWar
Although Spacewar! is credited with inspiring the arcade videogame industry, little is recorded about the game outside its origins. It has been assumed that Spacewar! spread rapidly between computer labs and across computer platforms, but no systematic survey of its actual distribution and use has ever been attempted. Based on records and accounts from computer labs from 1962 to 1972, the authors propose a model wherein Spacewar! spread slowly, tied directly to the development of the... Topics: computer, mit, labs, issn, game, games, history, cultural, spacewar, space, computer labs, video...
NewWorldNextWeek.com: Episode233 - War Manual, Star Cold Wars, Dancing In Japan Welcome to New World Next Week - the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week: Story #1: The Pentagon’s New ‘Law Of War Manual’ Is Chilling Update to US War Manual Makes it Easier to Defend Killing Journalists PDF: Department of Defense - Law of War Manual Defense Dept. Employees Used Government Charge... Topics: NewWorldNextWeek, alternative news, china, corbett report, corruption, cyber/space\war, good news,...
byDennis M. Bushnell for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Dennis M. Bushnell, "Future Strategic Issues/Future Warfare [Circa 2025]" (sic), NASA Langley Research Center (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), July 2001, 113 pp.; PDF, 1400357 bytes, MD5: c833f3fbc55d07fe891f5f4df5fb2f57. The aforesaid PDF was found on the US Department of Defense's Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) website, as archived by the following Internet Archive URL:... Topics: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA, transhumanism, superhumanism, posthumanism,...